Someone in Poteet, TX witnessed a very odd craft bounding through the sky on May 19th. Apparently, it looked similar to a UFO spotted over the Chinese Xiaoshan Airport in July of 2010 (video below). They also saw a plane in the sky seemingly respond to the UFO. A similar UFO was also spotted in Frisco the same night.
May 19, 2012 9:47 PM Observation location is in Atascosa County, on the corner of FM 2504 and Garden Drive. This location is between the township of Rossville, Texas (2.75 miles to the East) and the city of Devine, Texas (7.3 miles to the North East). I was in my truck facing south on Garden Drive about to make a right turn onto FM 2504 when I looked straight up into the night sky and noticed a ball of white light about four times the size of Venus as we see it now. The light was coming down from the stars and emitted, exploded or pushed the outer atmosphere into a huge and very bright ring of light the size of my fist at arm's length. It looked like the same kind of entry as filmed over Xiao Shan Airport in Hangzhou, China on July 7, 2010. The bright ring lasted a few seconds but the white light that came into the atmosphere continued on a southward flight path. Below and maybe, five to six miles behind the white light came the nightly 9:45PMish passenger jet airliner at around 15,000 to 18,000 feet AGL. The pilots of the jet liner had to have seen the bright white light for it would have been at their 11:30 and only a few miles in front of them. The white light dimed as it continued its flight south and the passenger plane veered off more to their right. I could not tell if the passenger plane's right course correction was due to the white light or just a normal course correction to Laredo direction. Possible passenger airliner is a Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) to Laredo (LRD) American Airlines 3363 operated by /AMERICAN EAGLE, Embraer RJ145, which Depart at 8:55pm to Arrive 10:15pm. Need to research and find all the flights that fly over nightly south bound though the Atascosa County airspace at 9:45 PM.
Here's what it looked like, apparently: